Peter Hoskin

Leaping dragon

Nothing was wasted in Lee’s tragically short life, as he constantly looked for ever more complicated rhythms

Every cinema-loving person has a favourite Bruce Lee moment. My own comes towards the end of Enter the Dragon, the film which Lee made just before his death in 1973 at the age of 32, and that would in turn seal his worldwide stardom. There, on one side, stands Lee himself.

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